It seems like the preschool lesson thing is hitting the craft blogs hard today! :)
I'm right along with them, too!
Today I had a few of Alanna's future Kindergarten classmates over for a preschool lesson. It was awesome. Unfortunately, I didn't take pictures. :(
But I will share a few things.
Check out this resource I found at musings of me.
We did a lot of things from there and a few from here too. We sorted capital and lowercase A's and B's. We did a little number matching game. I cut out 10 hearts for each child out of construction paper. On one side I put the number and on the other side I put dots to represent that number. Then I cut them in half and the kids had to match them. Easy and cute. Just laminate them to make them last longer.
We also did a science experiment!
The favorite thing was by far our science experiment. We pulled out a whole bunch of items and the kids decided if they would sink or float. We put them in their respective piles. Then I filled a large tub (one of my photography props) with water and we put the items to the test. BIG HIT! Super easy and not horribly messy. Give it a try with your preschooler!